Arbitrage

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  1. What is arbitrage?

    Arbitrage is basically buying in one market and simultaneously selling in another, profiting from a temporary difference. ...
  2. Is there a difference between financial spread betting and arbitrage? (AAPL, NFLX)

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  3. What are the goals of covered interest arbitrage?

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  4. How does arbitrage affect the price of exchange traded funds (ETFs)?

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